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Frequently Asked Questions
What material is used for digital canvas prints?
Several varieties of print media are available for canvas prints. They range from cotton, polyseter or blended fabrics, to canvas-effect vinyl which is similar to standard printable vinyl but made with a canvas-style texture.
In both cases, you will find a lot of variety in the weight of the texture and the quality of production. Be sure to consult your media suppliers and shop around to find the media that suits you best.
Can I print on a stretched canvas?
You can buy pre-stretched canvases in a variety of sizes and print directly onto them using a flatbed printer. You may wish to mask the sides to ensure the print is finished with a clean edge.
Is it difficult to stretch a canvas?
Stretching canvasses is a skill that needs practice to develop, but it isn't difficult. With a little perseverance, it's relatively easy to stretch a canvas around a frame, securing it in place with staples. Several online tutorials are available which explain the process using simple steps.
Alternatively, you can outsource your canvas stretching to other companies, but be aware that, while learning the skill yourself takes some time, it's generally much more cost-effective in the long run.
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